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Human Trafficking in Our Own Backyard: The Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children

Human Trafficking in Our Own Backyard: The Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children

Honoring Them, and Why They Serve

Honoring Them, and Why They Serve

July 13

Social Media and its Effects on Mental Health

Social media is everywhere—has been for a long time now. The whole world now can be viewed through the lens of social media. Between every business asking you to Like or Follow them, to every TV show, band, and film encouraging you to Tweet, post, and share their content, or even just the commonplace inundation of the thoughts and feelings of our friends and family, […]

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July 02

2018 Commencement Highlights

During our commencement ceremonies, Alliant President Andy Vaughn shared stories of students who overcame great adversity on their road to the commencement stage. These are their stories. Ivy Kensinger PsyD in Clinical Psychology “Watch me. Bet me.” That can easily be described as Ivy Kensinger’s tagline. Ivy has been declared the world’s most injured person to have survived their injuries. During her undergraduate studies, she […]

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April 12

Do you Hate Your Job? Here’s Why

The economy may be doing well, but two-thirds of U.S. workers are disengaged — and disenchanted — at work. This is troubling for employers and employees alike, as high dissatisfaction can lead to job switching, underperformance, and poor morale in the workplace. Read on for the top five reasons Americans hate their jobs. 1. Little Opportunity for Advancement Is there a path to career advancement […]

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April 10

Human Trafficking in Our Own Backyard: The Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children

Human trafficking is a very serious problem in our own backyard. There is a lack of public awareness, and it is an uncomfortable topic for many people. When most of us think about an issue like human trafficking, we think of it as a distant problem occurring in other countries. We don’t think of the United States as a hot bed for human trafficking, and […]

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December 04

CSPP LA and Fresno’s Clinical Psychology Programs receive 7 years re-accreditation by APA

Our Los Angeles Clinical Psychology Ph.D. and  Fresno Clinical Psychology Psy.D. Programs were recently re-accredited for a Seven-year term by the American Psychological Association (APA), the maximum tenure available at time of accreditation, and the highest degree of confidence that APA could afford a program. For more information APA accreditation, please visit www.apa.org/ed/accreditation. Questions related to the program’s accredited status should be directed to: Commission […]

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November 07

Honoring Them, and Why They Serve

By Charles Loftland, MSgt, USAF, Ret. Leadership and service are possibly the most defining elements for those men and women who have committed their lives to wearing the uniforms of America’s Armed Forces. The rich heritage of military service has been both a reflection of the best of times and worst of times in our country. The diversity in our ranks has also represented a history […]

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March 07

Data Science is Sexy This Century

California School of Management and Leadership Dean Dr. Rachna Kumar shares some insight on why data science is one of the sexiest jobs in the 21st century: Jobs in data science are indeed the “sexiest jobs in the 21st century”.  I also believe these jobs are literally a powerhouse for delivering value to the businesses which employ graduates with data analytic skills.  Why is there […]

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November 03

CSPP Alumna Wins Award for Exceptional Service for Peace and Prosperity, Nationally and Internationally

The World Peace and Prosperity Foundation, a non profit organization based in London chaired by Prince Mohsin Ali Khan, will be giving Dr. Akiko Mikamo “the Award for Exceptional Service for Peace and Prosperity, Nationally and Internationally” on November 11, 2014 (Remembrance Day, the ending day of the WWI) at House of Lords in Westminster Palace.  The selection committee unanimously decided “because her book (Rising […]

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October 30

Compassion Week: Center of the Study of Compassion and Altruism (Nov. 10-16 in San Francisco)

  Compassion Week is an initiative of the Tenzin Gyatso Institute, Stanford University’s CCARE, The Charter for Compassion and Dignity Health that calls on the City of San Francisco and the State of California to make compassion a guiding principle for their businesses and public services. The Tenzin Gyatso Institute, Stanford University’s Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education (CCARE), The Charter for Compassion […]

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